POINT GAINED OR TWO DROPPED?
At the final whistle the Whites left the pitch disappointed that they hadn't claimed the three points after their storming start to the game.
Tom Garrick (pictured) made his second start of the season and emphasised United's early superiority with a goal-of-the-season contender.
He twisted and turned in midfield and unleashed a shot from around 30 yards into the top corner.
Defender Matty Wilson then doubled the lead in the 16th minute stabbing the ball home following a corner.
The home side came more into the game and just before the break were given a lifeline when right back Aaron Hart hit a cross-cum-shot that luckily looped over keeper Mike Emery and dropped inside the far post.
Lincoln United soaked up pressure for much of the second half and apart from a Josh Nichol lob that dropped onto the roof of the net created few chances.
Just when it looked like the points were theirs a home attacker was adjudged to have been fouled in the box and Adam Millson scored from the spot.
The Whites will class this as a win that got away but ironically with other results going their way the solitary point moved them up a place to fourth in the table with another home game to come on Saturday.